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New York Times, January 2, 2011

The film clips look like evidence from a sting operation: in one, a lawyer plans a huge protest at a courthouse because the judges “make decisions based on who they fear the most.”

Southeast Texas Record, Dec. 25, 2010

If you've ever played poker without money, or for really low stakes, you know that it just doesn't work.

Wall Street Journal, Dec. 15, 2010

Republicans picked up 16 governorships and at least 675 state legislative seats in November, and some of them are using this new running room to get creative.

Wall Street Journal Capitol Report, Dec. 7, 2010

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — A landmark 2,300-page financial reform law has helped spawn a burgeoning cottage industry of law firms and consultants stepping up to solicit potential whistleblowers and assist companies in their contract negotiations with mega-banks.

KSAT.Com, November 18, 2010

SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio is a hotbed for ambulance-chasing by lawyers who are finding ways to get around laws forbidding it.

The Daily News, Oct. 15, 2010

State Rep. Larry Taylor is right about the Texas Public Information Act. And he’s absolutely right that the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association cannot keep all the details of a $186 million settlement with a lot of policyholders secret. Those policyholders were angry about the handling of claims after Hurricane Ike.

TLR Press Release, September 29, 2010
Texans for Lawsuit Reform (TLR) today made a Public Information Request with the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (TWIA) for the release of important information relating to the recent settlements arising from claims involving Hurricane Ike.
Southeast Texas Record, Sept., 25, 2010

The sign said "No Swimming," but you were just wading (up to your neck).

The Hill, Sept. 22, 2010

A bipartisan poll from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce shows that small business owners are more pessimistic about the economy than average the voter.

The Walls Street Journal, September 1, 2010

If manufacturers weren’t yesterday combing through their inventories, looking to find which of its products claimed to be covered by a patent, you can bet they’re doing it today.

 

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